US Dept. of Energy Awards Nearly $1.3 Million to Encourage Data-Driven Local Energy Planning; Releases Research Results


In support of cities’ efforts to reduce energy waste and greenhouse gas emissions and increase the use of energy efficiency technologies, the Energy Department today selected three projects to help cities integrate energy analysis and data into their strategic decision making across all clean energy sectors. As part of the Cities Leading through Energy Analysis and Planning (Cities-LEAP) project, the awardees will play a key role in developing data-driven energy policies, programs, and projects that support local energy and climate goals. Read more on these three awards here – or check out what has been learned about top city energy users, and most common actions taken by cities to reduce their energy use footprint.

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